The Oklahoma Miner (Krebs, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 18, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 9, 1921 Page: 1 of 8
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1921 JUNE 1M
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A REVIEW OP EVENTS OF V i
FROM ALL SECTIONS
C'-'EIL d:RCTS TRAi?:;:
"Petty O'Neil la Coining Back
Oklahoma to Instruct Her
Oklahoma Ci.y.-- Tli" army if
1 lands lilm coldly Col. J. 1'. '
tfiiior inspector-inst.uctcr of 11..
n.jivania nriional uard. Hi
Uvn whipping out the Pi n"1 1
fcr.uid lor ine last nvo y
w.'.r department lr.s a.
O!d:j.oinri and lie i.i ri iln' in ; ! in
cm.1i;' Willi the OlJ;. !..)
iV.l Sill next vwk.
'F.ghims Patsy" was -r.n
rai during the worlt
i -anizod the 17'Jlh brh
1. ffi division at Camp Tv;i
t'jii.o Texan taught Hit '
(i (toil mra haw to .".ho
tluui at Hie front In Fram
What the Oklahoma 1
wil.i O'Neil commanding
levy. The division was eonsm
the frfflua. nl tao national mniy un
a:.u aSrjfetooTld'B av.ay un'.'l '.-n
tic da3&Svas picked
Jil 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
- 1 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 ;
I 19 20 21 22 23 2425 i
il 9ft 27 28 29 30 i
Creek Rrars in Coed Sh.ine
C".iKn- Much work ha-; 1
jen tV-ek county ii'-liwas in i
ii 1 n
ir j.Ia.-.i-- v . re rail" . . '
ing an . mi.v fi 1.1. Cre-.c.
lv h'licve' Hint proper v.e:r
r ' on-
n ) i
k hoYtor outats tor H' amiy o:
cccut ation. Genera! O'Neil . tcpy-u in- j
to Gen. Heivy Allen's b'.-oi .-. .h.n
"iiu." nld n-aii' went un to corps' c -v. I
wand and le . the division into Ger-
many. "Oklahorr s fortv;r.ate in getting
O'Neil to h. ndle our national guard"
Governor Robertson "aid . He has
as god an army record as any
man in the service. The men of ths
national army love him. He will
brinK the Oklahoma units to a point
wftesie ttai will be ready for infant
;tri SFIirfi-ahMt. Hi lau
Fhip should bring many of his old
national army boys back into the
ranks just because they know Patsy
and his ways."
Adjt. Gen. C. II. Barrett and. Col.
B. II. Mtirkham both agreed that wit'i
O'Neil lcadir.K ti.o school as inspeoi-cr-instructor.
the June encampment at
Fort Sill ilf be a memoiable one.
Cotton Prices To Cet l.ovsr.
MuBkosee- 01c1-i--T'' c--i-'f oi' .vr
dititms in the i-' 'n..'. '' ' in I ' '
land cotton r'-'-" air '' );;;; fo ':'
lower according to a a l'o- rviv ft
fror-i W. M. ri.v.u-r'"..ry. r.IuO.;or c cot
ton man traveling abroad. Only halt o.
the will" in England are on atir.i
and they operate but twenty-i'iur
hou a week he says. Textile !m nr
had been cut 30 percent and l.ianu
facturers were considering another cu'.
'of 25 percent. Knplih spinnera air
paying less lor cotton thaa prices are
hero now he says.
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Oklahoma Tel ; 113 La Norrtsal. VVbiii
Jnited SUtcs le in Worse Cond.tion
r ao 0 q '
y Loses Fiht I
Okli'Oina '" '
jy i'or a writ !:"
the c rporaHon
: reducing eiecir
10 cents a kllov; t
by the supiemo
COTTON CROP IS NORMAL
Repoit Shows Conditions Far Better
Than at This Time 1920
Oklahoma's 1921 cotton crop has
started out under better conditions
than those prevailing last season the
ear of firoatest production while the
amount of leplantm;; has been very
r.nich less than waa necessary lor the
corresponding periods according to a
report on the cotton situation in the
state made by H. H. Schutz federal
scliutz previous to the announce-
ment had completed an inspection
tour ot 1 he cotton districts o'" the
state visit inK all o.f the principal pro-
ducing sections in the eastern south
ern and western portions.
Wa.'hin'-tun.- riuni'iloyineiM in-
cuv-u-.td approiiiat-ly nr!i:'.:i' "!
1 p:-;c ni din-in - nioni'i of Mi. v.
acconUnn to a hi.. I- nun' 111a V 1 u' .1.;
Ly tl-e depa-tuu-n' o laLor I. -d
lloyia Gnl or i'o-e p'..--...ni in i -'..-'ie
p'.nci.ol 'iiiJ.i ' .ial n :' r i :.-
lOtiiilrv. T!.e sai 'i- lii" .' l-a' :' "'0
aunt said eiuployed !.r7"..: woiUei.
in May a-aiinst l5Sn71f in April. J
In cont-ast v.i.h the country nt 1
largo OUlahoma is rdu'-cinj; to nor-J
iral the report indlcaled. '
lte.'orts i'.-m the Oklahoma Bate
employment d'.ices indlcato a eu:W
decrease In in ripUm"nt. F '- 1
labor is :-..:! I :ci; nt u) nicct all ns.ilF.
There is nun-h ac'ivity in buildm-?.
Appro p 1 iati mis asgrecaiinp Sf-'o.UO )-
000 have been made by the state legis-
lature for public buildings bridges
and roftds. Lumber is improvln.T
miueB are active with indications of
an Incrca't'd ov-timt. Business nun
as a rule are optomJrtic.
In contrast with the country at
'infivn nirhihnmn is returning to nor
mal the report indicated.
.oh Campbell Russell.
1.) corporation comrois-
will save the average
dahoma City r0 cents
ko into effect as son
.1 court has filed its or
supreme court clerk.
u followed argument 1
reme court by attorneys .
mpany and the" corpora-
on. Whether ihe corn-
eal on the m"rits of the
known buttussell was
oubt that" " such act ion j
The idea for the writ of prohibition '
questions the right of the corporation
commission to make the 01 dor. The
electric company can still appeal on
the meiits of its cane. (
Governor Hns His Say '
"BeginninK January 1 Oklahoma
will ko wi.lioqt automobile. tans."
This was the statement of Governor
Robertson when he signed the insii-
; tutions appropriation bill and examin-
I ed the departmental bill.
j "The legislature has spoken em-
) phatically." he declared "on the mat-
' ter of deficiencies. It made no appro-
Tiviniton for automobile tags."
Tlie governor also remarked that
the legislature has made no provision
for the payment of salries of members
of the soldier's relief commission
created by it to administer more than
$1000000 for the bonofil of former ser-
vice men until after July the 1.
NATIONAL GUARD TO CAMP
Annual Encampment to be Held at
Lawton National '.uard troops of
Oklahoma are arn'ng 'n l.awton for
the annual encamps nt :.tai;Lcd Mon-
day and countin-jt ten days. Com-
panii .5 from many oiln r town and
cities in the stato are expected to
The encampment will be held at
Port Sill near here. Many of the
guardsmen arriving saw service dur-
ing tlio Tulsa race war.
MADILLBOYS GET CALVES
Second Herd Of Purebred Cattle Re-
ceived In Two Weeks.
Madill- Eleven jtrsey calves to bt
f distiibuted anion c cub boy.- and girls
ol Marshuil county li..vc betn received
V. 10. M-i tin cour. y a.'ent. This
lv 1 1 1. 'r.d In id .u livi to .1: re-
c ' . i 11 iv in H a. 1 two
. .!. 1 - 1- n.
DELAY C0iIFED. REUKIOK
Tulsa Gathering Wss First Cchcdjlcd
Fer June 7 8 and 9
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Vhunc loZ W
(MiMiiiif jtii :wrrr t" i-HfTH m'AfWiTfflJ
Keep Your Car Spick and Span
If vour car is mnd-siaincd. wcathrr worn and shabby
refiuish it. wirh Acmo' Quality Motor Cur Imishca-
Their use malu; r -Hiiishing inoxpen u c they are easy
to apply and ! following the simple instruction
11 beautiful and lusting Qnieh may be obtained.
MOTOR CAT. rsBSHES ' ' -
Offered in popular colorr m used by thajduig.
manufacturers.' They are mdo .cgpijpjally for auto
mobile use and are recommended to the automobile
owner no matter whether lie expects to do the Work
himself or employ an expert finisher.
fe Call at our store and let ua diow you color samples.
SPRIWSTIME CHARM IN SUITS
Tulsa.Bec.au o of a recent rrpir.b-
ble between members of the 1 riitcil
Daugniers of the Conftderacy ov r de-
mits it has been found impossible 10
hold the 1021 state Coa.edt rate re-
union here until October 4 o iirn'.G.
' Dr. W. M. Wilson chairman ol tlu.
Tul. reunion committe made tins an
Memorial Cemetary Lapses.
During a session of the Memorial
Comet ni y commission created by Hie
seventh legislature and given $10000
with which to buy and equiq a ceme-
tary for former service men of Okla-
homa and deceased statemen it was
decided o let the entire appropriation
inns. July 1. Action of the commis
sion which consists of Senator Claik !
Nichols of Eufaula H. S. Emersou of
Brit ton and M. E. Trapp lieutenant
governor followed recommendations
ip.lormal'y iven by the executive com
mitlec of tho American Legion.
"Tiie appropriation would only pay
for the necessary ground" Trapp said
' while the bill provide -i for a keep-
er's lodge and an elaborate park
!.n-im cement. All we could do would
nouncement alter consulting rtpic- JLe tQ j.u.chBBe the ground and hold it
sentatives of the veterans and Sons of 1 jjjjjj-tQe njuth legislature's session
the Confederate Veterans ad iu0 j aud as f0r moro money
TTnltfwl TlniiHitpra. ' - - -
TJe reunion was to liavo boon hold
June 7 8. and 9.
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ALFALFA DAMAGED BY BUG
Proper Weather Conditions May Work
Penca Plants Te r.n I.
HEN in need oi
what we can
When you shop for a new suit this
spring you will And yourself on n voy.
ugo of discovery ; so many jiltogethor
new stvles entice the buyer. They are
delightfully sprlngtlmy ik may be gath-
ered from n i-ttidy 'of the suit shown
above. All for the sake of couserviiiy
wool it has iniiO'-4 of-checkered Hk
rho sid. -. and back qf the short coat
.d it-i -"'lnr and cufi's arc of whtio
' . ' . -Mo but is Mi '
Anew size package !
Ten for 10c.
Dealers carry both;
The first all all a cut-
v.n i rot up to - t:md-
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